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, there was a similar issue, a disclosure in tennessee and mit and carnegie mellen concluded that burglars started shifting to the homes of non-gun owners after the publication of the gun owners' names and there's danger inherent in doing this kind of thing. i want to ask you this, for folks who have followed the law, registered, or gotten their license to carry a gun, to have a gun. did they have to give their home addresses? was there any way for them to have protected themselves from this result? >> well, actually, they go through a very extensive background check, even before they're recommended to be judged to approve this pistol permit. >> there was no way around it they had to give their home address. >> yeah, they had to give their home addresses, they just didn't expect it to end up on a social media. they didn't expect any of this to happen in their lives. >> megyn: before i let you go. >> it's a real tragedy. >> megyn: before i let you go. >> yes, ma'am. >> megyn: what if anything would make you turn over the list? >> you're going to have to bring me into court, sue me and we'll just go
carolina and tennessee. some places in the appalachian mountains could get more than a foot of snow and janice dean is watching this in the fox weather center. we'll keep you posted on any developments. a political writer michael barone has a column getting attention, suggests, quote that the president cannot abide views that he doesn't sure and for one example, barone points to the two times this week the president seems to suggest that the opponents of his gun control measures have some very ugly motives. listen. >> as far as people lining up and purchasing more guns, i think that we've seen for some time now that those who oppose any common sense gun control or gun safety measures have pretty effective way of ginning up fear on the part of gun owners that somehow the federal government's about to take all your guns away. there will be pundits and politicians and special interest lobbyists, publicly warning of a tyrannical allout assault on liberty. not because that's true, but because they want to gin up fear or higher ratings or revenue for themselves. >> megyn: simon rosenburg
's true to his word. the tennessee congresswoman, republican marsha blackburn said, i'm quoting here, if the president is truly serious about his pledge to the american people then he has no option, but to block the sale of 123. this is not a partisan issue, but a clear-cut issue of national security that's closely watched by the defense community. now, to ease concerns, they say they'll only buy the civilian arm of a-123, not the government wing, but critics point out the technology is the same in both. the committee on foreign investment could block this deal, megyn. but historically that committee is very, very reluctant to do that. >> megyn: wow, all right, trace, thank you. >> reporter: yep. >> megyn: well, an outburst from the secretary of state yesterday in these hearings reigniting an old debate over the terror attack in libya. why does it matter she asks who killed the four in the consulate-- that's not what she asked, she asked why does it matter why they did it. up next we'll debate why and why it matters. and the u.s. membership is the lowest since the 30's in the union,
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